A UX designer's take on installing and using Google Material Design with Sketch.
An iOS app distraught, sleep-deprived parents can use in a dark room to help their kids
By asking lots of good questions, Brendan Miller, our lead UX/UI designer, built a friendly, kind, and respectful interface that interacts with the Lully Sleep Guardian to cut down night terrors. Instead of watching, unable to help, parents can reset a healthy sleep pattern and eliminate night terrors.
Quickly create multiple perfectly sized artboards from one file with this Sketch plugin that sizes using your selected objects.
Iterating rapidly on UI design means you’re going to need multiple different sized artboards as you share ideas amongst your team members. So rather than share artboards that are too big for your needs, check out this Sketch plugin Brendan Miller developed to create artboards based on your selected objects.
A website honoring 46 years fighting for LGBT visibility, dignity, and equality that supports the millions of people who attend the SF Pride Celebration
We built that! Using core-model methodology, responsive web design, and agile development, we collaborated with SF Pride to launch an easy-to-update site in time for its 2016 event.
Eliminate the headaches of large UI or web design files in your reviews consider Sketch instead of Adobe Photoshop.
In the first of an ongoing video series, The Designer’s Toolbox Series, our designer Brendan Miller creates an artboard in both Sketch and Adobe Photoshop to show which tool generates the smallest file size.